10°C. CHILD. Versatile: warm, light, and compact

Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
  • Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
  • Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
  • Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
  • Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
  • Sleeping bags - 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink Quechua - PINK
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Quechua 10° Junior Hiking or Camping Sleeping Bag, Left, Green or Pink

Quechua
Designed for sleeping in temperatures close to 10°C, while HIKING and CAMPING. (children under 1.40 m). 10°C. CHILD. The Super Versatile sleeping bag: warmth, low weight, and compact design. 5-year guarantee!

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Temperature of use: "On all of our sleeping bags, we attach the "comfort temperatures" tested by an independent laboratory (AITEX) according to the EN 13537 European Standard of 11/04/2002.
The "comfort temperature" is the lower temperature limit at which the user feels comfortable overall - neither hot nor cold - while lying in a relaxed position (temperature determined by an average woman under normal conditions of use)."
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What are the temperature "limits" for use? Comfort limit temperature: The minimum temperature at which a user feels comfortable overall - neither hot nor cold - while huddled up in the sleeping bag (as determined by an average male user under normal conditions of use).
That said, you should keep in mind: "A sleeping bag does not produce heat, but "conserves" the heat generated by the body. If you are tired and chilled and you get inside your cold, damp sleeping bag, you will most likely be cold no matter how great your bag is!
These temperatures therefore depend on the individual's resistance to cold (build, fatigue, …), their equipment (mattress insulating from the ground, …), their clothing (nude, base layer,…), and the weather conditions (damp, wind,…)."
Tips for warming up before getting into your sleeping bag: "Dress simply (a single layer of clothing is enough)
Warm up your head, hands and feet: hats, gloves, socks, foot warmers, rubbing…
A container of hot water can be used as a hot water bottle (if there is no chance of it opening unexpectedly!)
Contract your muscles (70% of the energy your consume is transformed into heat) without making movements that could cause a draught."
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Guarantee : 5 Years
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